+++ Spoiler alert: This post reveals some details of the Squid Game series, especially for the third episode +++
Everyone is talking about the countless memes that are already circulating on social media, referencing the hit Netflix series Squid Game.
What's it all about? In short, highly indebted people try their luck at various games in the hope of making a lot of money. The games are inspired by traditional children's games, but the punishment for the losers is anything but harmless.
In the second game, the "Honeycomb Challenge", for example, contestants had to break a shape free from a cookie, with the help of a needle, without destroying the shape.
The cookie is called Dalgona in South Korea and was especially popular in the 1970s and 1980s.
At the Café Brown Butter in Singapore, customers can now face exactly this challenge. You can choose between the four shapes of the series, namely circle, triangle, star or umbrella (very bad choice).
You have two minutes to complete the task. The winners can choose a prize, the losers will be "punished" according to the rules.
However, this is not the only location for fans of the Netflix series. A pop-up café has opened in Paris, which was completely overrun in a short time. Here too, the "Honeycomb Challenge" could be tried, as well as other games from the series.
And in keeping with the first game, "Red Light, Green Light" the killer puppet was set up in front of a shopping mall in Manila, throwing an eye at a zebra crossing and literally looking red when someone inadvertently crossed on a red light.
The Itaewon station in Seoul was also recently transformed into a Squid Game playground:
We're excited to see more Squid Game pop-ups, but what do you think of our HolidayPirates honeycomb challenge below? Reckon you could take on the challenge?